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1951 CIRCLE BOARD 

Editor-in-Chief Sylvia Finger 

Business Manager Joan Barnard 

Assistant Business Manager 

Alice Emmert 

( Doane Randall 

\ Barbara Wood 

Jill Dickson 
Photographers < p^ HoMen 



Art Editors 



ASSOCIATE EDITORS 

Minola Habsburg 
Carolvn Hummel 

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Ann Jenckes 
Harriette McConnel 
Cora-Alice St. John 
Marjorie Silver 
Sandra Carret Smith 
Mary Macy Wheeler 
Shirley Young 




PRESENTED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF 



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ABBOT ACADEMY • ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS 



DEDICATED 

to 

MRS. RUTH CRUPPER REEVES 

Because of the endless patience and tact with 
which Mrs. Reeves has arranged our week- 
end plans and smoothed out our corridor 
problems she has won our affection and sin- 
cere gratitude; it is to her that we dedicate 
our Circle with a deep appreciation of the 
part she has played in making this yearbook 
possible. Mrs. Reeves will be remembered by 
the Class of 1951 for her warm friendliness 
and sense of gaiety which have brightened our 
school life. By her daily living she has given 
us a conception of courtesy and graciousness 
which we will always value and in turn try 
to realize. 



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MISS HEARSEY 

Abbot girls will always remember Miss 
Hearsey with deep appreciation for all she 
has done for us. We shall not forget her 
spirit-stirring poetry classes; nor shall we 
forget the hours spent on source themes, 
striving to earn her rewarding smile. In- 
ternational dinners at "Sunset." friendly 
companionship at Intervale - - complete 
with Pooh and Eeyore - - and her inval- 
uable guidance all along the Abbot way. 
have endeared her to all the Seniors. 




MISS SWEENEY 

The Seniors' special friend and adviser, 
Miss Sweeney, has devoted her time and 
thought to our interests. She has guided 
us sympathetically and effectively ever 
since we entered Abbot, and has wisely 
formulated our courses of studv each 
year, finally counselling us in regard to 
colleges with inexhaustible patience. Per- 
haps most of all we appreciate her as a 
stimulating, provocative teacher of Eng- 
lish literature. 




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GERMAIXE AROSA French 

Prix d 'excellence de diction et de conn-die. Puis; Middlebury College of French 
" lilondie" 

JULIA KATHLEEN AYRE. R.N. Resident Nune 

Hospital for Sick Children. Toronto: Post Graduate of Toronto Hospital for 
Consumpti- - 

"Outdoor Life" 



MARY HOWE BAKER Mrs. Robert H. 
A.B. Yassar College: A.M. Radcliffe College 
"Reader's Digest" 



Librarian 



MARIE MADELEINE BARATTE French 

B. es L. I niversite de Rennes, France: A.B. Durafermline High School, Scot- 
land: A.M. Edinburgh University. Scotland 

urmet" 



JEAN HOPE BAYNES 
■■ Wall street Journal" 

ADELE I). BOCKSTEDT 

A.B. Mount Holyoke College : M.A. Columbia University 

S ■tiling Jack" 

BEBNICE DeR. BRAINERD Mrs. Frank B. 
"' 'isumer's Research" 



WILLIAM ABBOTT CHEEVEB 

Boston Museum School of Fine Arts: Paige Travelling Scholarship 

"Export" 



Financial Secretary 



French 



Secretary 



Art 



I ONSTANt I PARKER CHIPMAN Mrs. Reeve 
"Life" 



Alumnae Secretary 



I < HJISE I.i (RING a >FEIN Biology, General Science, Physics 

A.B. Radcliffe College: Graduate Study at the l'niversity of North Carolina : 
Harvard University 
"Little Lulu" 

HOPE COOLIDGE Dietitian, House Superintendent 

A.B. Salem College: M.S. Teachers College, Columbia l'niversity 
"Digest" 




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RAYMOND H. COON Organ, Pianoforte, Theory of Musk 

New England Conservatory of Music; Studied with Heinrieh Gebhard, Boston 
"Merry Melodies" 

MARION A. CROZIER Assistant to the House Superintendent 

A.B. Smith College; M.A. Teachers College, Columbia University 
" Bel i ere It Or Not" 

MARY ELAINE DODGE Household Science 

A.B. Mount Allison University; B.H.S. McGill University 

"House Beautiful" 

KATE FRISKIN Choral Music, Pianoforte, Theory of Music 

Studied at Glasgow, Athenaeum and with Sophie Weisse, D. F. Tovey, and 
Tobias Matthav. Recitals in London, Liverpool, Glasgow, Boston and New 
York. 
" Looney Tunes" 

MARY GAY History of Art 

Graduate Boston Museum School of Fine Arts; Studied in Paris with Lasar, 
Simon, Cottet, Menard, and Blanche 
"National Geographic" 

CAROLYN GOODWIN Mathematics 

A.B., M.A. Smith College 
" Thursday Afternoon Post" 

EDITH A. GRASSI History, Latin 

A.B. Tufts College; M.A. Wellesley College 
" True Romance" 

EMILY HALE Dramatic Interpretation, Spoken English 

Special Speech and Drama, Leland Powers School, Boston; Cornish School, 
Seattle; Speech Institute, London; University of Wisconsin Summer School 
" Theater Arts" 

ISABEL MAXWELL HANCOCK Mathematics 

A.B. Hollins College; M.A. in Teaching, Radcliffe College 
"Buck Rogers" 

MILDRED ALATHEA HATCH Secretarial Assistant, Latin 

A.B. Boston University; Graduate Studv at Boston University 
"The Egg And I" 

MISS ALICE HOPKINS* 

MISS EVELYN JENKlNSf 

DOROTHY Y. JUDD Physical Education 

B.S. William and Mary College; M.A. Columbia University 
"Mighty Mouse" 

*Part-term Assistant in the Library 

tPart-term Assistant in the Administrative Offices 










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GERDA RUTH KAATZ Spanish 

A.B. University of Kansas City: M.A. State University of Illinois: Ph.D. State 
University of Iowa 
'" Minnie Mouse" 




MARTHA WILSON BIacLEOD Mas.), R.N. Resident \urse 

Hartford Hospital of Nursing; Po>t Graduate Work in Pediatrics, Johns 
Hopkins Hospital 
"My True Story" 



HARRIET K. McKEE 

A.B. Vassal College: MA. Columbia University 
"Holiday" 

GLADYS MORLEY ORTSTEIN Mrs. Frederick W. 
Lawrence Commercial School 
'" Tessie the Typist" 



Greek, Latin 



Typing 



VIRGINIA PEDDLE 
B.S. Tufts College 
v r enteen" 



Physical Education 




DOROTHY J. QUINTAL Mrs. Arthur 
" Woman's Day" 

RUTH CRUPPER REEVES M - 
A.B. Hollins College 
"Flair" 

SHIRLEY RITCHIE 

B.S. State Teachers College, Trenton, New Jersey 
"Playmate" 

LOUISE ROBINSON 
"Quick" 



Secretary 



Administratis Assistant 



Physical Education 



Assistant Financial Secretary 



ELIZABETH ROHRBACH Mas English 

A.B. Meridian College: M.A. Columbia University: Graduate Study, Union 
Theological Seminary 
" Your Horoscope" 







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ANNA ELIZABETH ROTH History 

Barnard College; Ph.B. Syracuse University; M.A., Ph.D. Radelitt'e College 

" The American" 



HANS SIDON (The Reverend) Bible 

A.B., B.D. University of Dubuque; Ph.D. Graduate School Southern Baptist 
Theological Seminary 
"Parent's Magazine" 

BARBARA MADISON STANHOPE English 

A.B. Bates College; M.A. University of Maine; Graduate Study, Bread Loaf 
School of English 
"Charm" 



MARJORIE FAUNCE STEVENS (Mrs. Mervin E. 
A.B. Boston University 
"Look" 



Mathematics 




CATHERINE JANE SULLIVAN Remedial Reading 

A.B. Wheaton College; Ed.M. Boston University; Graduate Study at Harvard 
University 

"Time" 



GARDNER SUTTON 

A.B. Harvard University 

"Fortune" 



Assistant Treasurer and Business Manager 



GERTRUDE TINGLEY Singing 

Studied with Mine. Povla Frjsh, Percy Rector, Stephens Isidore Luckstone. 
Solo appearance with the Boston Symphony Orchestra 
"Vogue" 



ELEANOR MORIN TUCKER 
A.B., M.A. Smith College 
"Escape" 



( 'hemistry, Mathematics 



DOROTHEA WILKINSON English 

University of King's College; Woodford School for Teachers, Southsea, England 
"Punch" 






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''What's the new notice in the Parlor?" . . ."Who's pouring this 
Sunday?". .. "Have you tried on vour robe vet?". .. "With this 
ring. ..."... "Let's sign for Baronial this week!" . . . "Oh. to sun-bathe 
in the court!". . ."Have you done the History vet?" 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Constance Hall 

. Patricia Smith 

Margaret Whittall 

Sarah Mason 



Class Song 

Onward the Class of '51 
As we march together 
Loval and steadfast 
We will ever remain. 
Hear our united voices 
Praising our Alma Mater 
Bearing the banner blue 
The Class of '51 ! 

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NANCY WENSLOW ALLEN 

1409 Ruddiman Avenue, North Muskegon, Michigan 
1948-1951 "Namtx" 

"Do you knoic you hare iicenty-nine miles of intestines?" 
erentful train trips. . "88*" "My word.'" ' 

Corridor Proctor '4S; Numerals '49: Senior Play 'SO; Hiking 
Leader '50, '51. 





1946-1951 



JOAN FOSTER BARNARD 
Cabot Road, Andover, Massachusetts 



Soldier or sailor? . . . " I feel xo j-a-z-z-y" . 
History?.'" ererlasting energy. . hot-rod. 



- 'iky" 
" What did you do in 



Numerals '4S; Sub-Varsity Lacrosse t!': Varsity Lacrosse 'SO; 

Senior Play Stage Crew 'SO; Business Manager \earbook 
Staff '50, '51; Treasurer of Day Scholars '50, '51. 



Cum Laude. 

GWENDOLYN LEE BARRINGTON 

173 Johnson Street, North Andover, Massachusetts 

1918-1951 ■■!,,(„.■■ "(hrennie" 

Cadillac math! 



"I think it's disgusting.'' 



. scalj>el. 



Honor Roll '49. '50, Honorable Mention '4s : Study Hall 
Proctor '50. 




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SUSANNE BATCHELDER 
Eliot, Maine 
1950-1951 

"Hey, Aggie!" . . blond bomber. . "Isn't that nice!" 

One Year Senior; A.C.A. Representative '50, '51. 



"Sue" 
friendly. 



AGNES STOWELL BERGH 

Diamond Point, Lake George, New York 
1949-1951 "Aggie," " Ague" 

"My Jimmy" .. candy pills... "Is that right?" ... the tele- 
phone calls that never get through. 

World Student Service Fund Representative '49, '50; Draper 
Dramatics '50; Fidelio '49, '50, '51. 





19^8-1951 



ANNE BISSELL 
R.D. i, Dalton, Pennsylvania 

"Bis I," "Annie' 



That little black book. . ."Shockingly so" . . . "Exceedingly holy 
and wise" ..." That's not the Christian attitude" .. .nightly 
excursions. 

Posture Marker '48, '49, '50, '51; Corridor Proctor '49; Chev- 
rons '50; Draper Dramatics '50; Fidelio '50, '51; New Girl-Old 
Girl Partv Committee; Numerals '50; Sub-Varsity Basketball 
'4S, '49; Varsity Basketball '.50; A.C.A. President '50, '51; "A" 
Society '50, '51; Senior Play Prompter '50. 



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191,8-1951 

Cranberries 
cut it out!" 



ELLEN CHAPLIN 

Cape Elizabeth, Maine 

peg-leg. . ."Whoop-de-do" . . . Yank 



"Chick" 
fan..:' OK 



Draper Dramatics Properties Committee '48; Numerals '49; 
Varsity Hockey '48, '49, '50; Head of Hockey '50; A.C.A. 
Representative '49, '50; Head of Chapel Proctors '50, '51; 
Fidelio '50, '51; Senior Play '50; World Student Service Fund 
Representative '50, '51. 





Cum Laude. 

CLEMENCY CHASE 

Lake Avenue, Greenwich, Connecticut 
191,9-1951 "Zizi" 

"Heavens!" . . night life. . .school marm. 

Chapel Proctor '49, '50, '51; Honor Roll '49, '50; Recreation 
Room Committee '50; Senior Play Properties Committee '50; 
Courant Staff '50, '51; Draper Dramatics Properties Commit- 
tee '50. 



Cum Laude. 

DOROTHY EVERETT COLBURN 

16 White Oak Road, Biltmore, North Carolina 
191,8-1951 "Dim,-' 

"Christopher Robin!" ..." Can t get along without Oscar"... 
" By gum! " . . . " Can I open the transom?" 

Chapel Proctor '48, '49; Corridor Proctor '48, '49; Treasurer 
Junior Class '49; Vice-President Senior-Mid Class '50; Fidelio 
'48, '49, '50, '51; Honor Roll '48, '49, '50, '51, Honorable Men- 
tion '50; Posture Marker '48, '49, '50; Numerals '49; Hiking 
Leader '49, '50; Choir '50, '51; Prom Committee '49, '50; 
Secretary Student Government '50, '51; Senior Play '50; 
Music Studio Committee '49, '50, Head '50, '51; French Play 
with Phillips Academy '50. 




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MARCIA CRANE 

Cypress Point, Box 250, Orlando, Florida 
1949-1951 "Crane" 

"Dear me Gussie" . . "Jinx" . . H. B. Club. . . "I only want a 
bite" . . festivities — missing article! 

Cheerleader '49, '50; Study Hall Proctor '50; Head of Griffins 
'50, '51. 



BARBARA DAUGHERTY 

68 College Street, Clinton, New York 
19^7-1951 

"Can I borrow?" . . ."Now our hockey team — " 



'Dang" 



Corridor Proctor '47, '48, '49; New Fidelio '49; Fidelio '49, 
'50, '51; Senior Play Properties Committee '50. 





ASTRID JILL DICKSON 

Graffenburg Hill, New Hartford, New York 
1949-1951 "Dickson" 

II.II.B. Club. . "Yve lost my glasses" . . date with John at five 
o'clock! . . " I know we'll have a test!" . . ." — at Abbot Academy." 

Chapel Proctor '49, '50; Corridor Proctor '50, '51; Honor Roll 
'50; Senior Plav '50; World Student Service Fund Representa- 
tive '50, '51; Yearbook Staff '50, '51. 



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SALLY ANN DOWER 
Rolfe's Lane, Newbury, Massachusetts 



1947-1951 



"Dower" 



"I've got the feelings" . relyish. ."I've got the hots" . ta/ie- 
worm ..." That's all I want to do in life." 

Numerals '49; Posture Marker '49, '50; Varsity Lacrosse '49, 
'50; Head of Hiking '50, '51: "A" Society '51; Christmas Play 
'47; Brooks Play '51. 





PATRICIA WARE DRISCOLL 

"Birdwood, " Hopkins Lane, Haddonfield, New Jersey 
1949-1951 "Pat" 

" My father— "... " NO, Buggy! "... Triscuit fiend ..." How 
revolting!" 

Posture Marker '50, '51; Senior Play '50. 



LYDIA LAWRENCE ECCLES 

St. George's School, Middletown, Rhode Island 
19^7-19.51 "Lyd" 

"Where's your dictionary?" .. "Glee ps!" .. Sunday school 
teacher. . ." Geezy moe!" . . ." I ivant to see my Mommie!" 

Corridor Proctor '47, '48; Posture Marker '47, '48; A.C.A. 
Representative '48, '49; Cheerleader '48, '49, '50, '51; Vice- 
President of Prep Class '47; President of Prep Class '48; Vice- 
President of Junior Class '48; President of Junior Class '49; 
President of Senior-Mid Class '49; Numerals '48; Varsity Ten- 
nis '48, '49, '50; Varsity Lacrosse '49, '50; Honorable Men- 
tion '48, '49; "A" Society '49, '50, '51; Chevrons '49, '50; 
Choir '49, '50, '51; Draper Dramatics '49; Fidelio '49, '50, '51; 
Head of Tennis '49; Prom Committee '50; Recreation Room 
Committee '49, '50; Music Studio Committee '49, '50, '51; 
A.D.S. '50, '51; Song Leader '50, '51; Vice-President of Stu- 
dent Government '50, '51; Brooks Play '50. 




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ALICE ELLA EMMERT 

95 East Haverhill Street, Lawrence, Massachusetts 

1947-1951 "Hayfe" 

"1 must get that application qffl" . . ."Shut the window" . 

"What di) ynu want, egg in your beer?" ..." You bragging ur 
complaining?" 

Numerals '4S; Sub-Varsity Basketball '47; Varsity Basketball 
'4S, '49, '.50; Varsity Track '48, '49, '50; "A" 'Society '49, 
President '50, '51; Chevrons '49, '50; Honorable Mention *48; 
Honor Roll '49; Head of Basketball '50; Senior Play Properties 
Committee '50; Yearbook, Assistant Business Manager '50, 
'51; World Student Service Fund Representative '50, '51; 
Corridor Proctor '50, '51 ; Blazer '50. 



Cum Laude. 

ABBIE ELIZABETH EMMONS 

2 Westbourne Road, Concord, New Hampshire 
W7-1951 



Abbie 



Singing and //laying in two different keys. . .the secret's in the 
circle.'. . ."I'm so frustrated" . . .matchmaker! . . friend of man 
.. "AH-hah." 

Posture Marker '47, '48; AC. A. Representative '48, '49; 
Corridor Proctor '48, '49; Fidelio '48, '49, '50, '51; Honor Roll 
'48, '49, '50, '51; Numerals '48; "A" Society '49, '50, '51; 
Cheerleader '49, '50; President of Prep Class '47; Treasurer of 
Prep Class '48; President of Junior Class '48; Hiking Leader 
'49, '50; Gargoyle Captain '50, '51; Secretary of A.C.A. '50, 
'51; Chevrons '50; Draper Dramatics, Costume Committee 
'48, '49; New Girl-Old Girl Party Committee '50; Senior Plav 
'50; Study Hall Proctor '50; Chapel Proctor '50, '51. 





KATHARINE ANN FARRAR 

4 Meyersville Road, Green Village, New Jersey 
1950-1951 "Nancy," " Farrar," "Faraway" 

II.II.H. Club ..." Let's hare a party" ... Princeton weekend. 

One- Year Senior; Cheerleader '50, '51; Fidelio '50, '51; Var- 
sitv Tennis '50. 



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ALISON BROWN FAULK 
•2 Gloucester Avenue, Gloucester, Massachusetts 

1949-19.51 ••Christian' 



Kings Point. "It* been six days now 



.flirty eyes. 



AC. A. Representative "49, '50; Draper Dramatics '50; New 
Fidelio '50; Fidelio '50, '51: Study Hall Proctor '50. 





Cum Lande. 



SYLVIA FINGER 
Ponus Ridge, New Canaan, Connecticut 



1948-1951 



"Spook!" . . bringing up mother, 
jounces. . ."Not too fine!" 



"Muffy" 

"It's so loyal" . Charleston 



"A" Society '50, '51; Chapel Proctor '48, '49, '50; Corridor 
Proctor '49, '50; Chevrons '50; Draper Dramatics Prompter 
'50; Hiking Leader '50, '51; Honor Roll '48, '49, '50. '51. Nu- 
merals '49; Posture Marker '49, '50; Sub-Varsity Tennis '50; 
Varsity Hockey '50; World Student Service Fund Representa- 
tive '48, '49; Editor-in-Chief of the Circle '50, '51. 



Cum Laude. 

CABOL1N McCORMICK FIRST 

1321 Locust Street, Williamsport, Pennsylvania 

1948-1951 "Linn" 

"You know — " "Greetings" . .."I ought to get a letter from 
Hal" .. Latin ." Furst, last and always." 

Treasurer of A.C.A. 'SO, '51; Corridor Proctor '49; Choir '49. 
'50, '51; Courant Staff '50, '51; Draper Dramatics '49, '50; 
Fidelio '49, '50, '51; Hiking Leader '50, '51; Honor Roll '49, 
'50. '51: Honorable Mention '48, '49, '50; New Girl-Old Girl 
Party Committee '50: Numerals '50; Senior Plav '50. 







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Cum Laude. 

BARBARA JEAN GIBSON" 

•25 Highland Road, Andover, Massachusetts 
1U7-1951 "Gibby" 

"Guess who I saw this morning?" .. .talented fingers. . ."Well 

— !". . P. A. rumpus. 

Choir '49, '50, '51; Head of Day Scholars '50, '51; New Fidelio 
'49; Fidelio '49, '50, '51; Fidelio Accompanist '49, '50, '51; 
Honor Roll '47, '48, '49, '50, '51; Senior Play '.50; Chairman of 
Day Scholar Dance '49; Day Scholar Dance Committee '50. 



EDNA MARIE GRIECO 

40 William Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
1946-1950 "Eddie" 

Cars... "I know I flunked it" .. .little firecracker ..." Let' s 
Charleston!" .. ."Come on, let's go!" 

Day Student Stunt Committee '48; Senior Play '50. 





MARIA ILEANA HABSBl'RG 
30 Hyde Avenue, Newton, Massachusetts 



1949-1951 



" Mino," " Minola" 



That Cornell weekend ..." Mon Dieu!" . . ." Dat's what makes 
me mad! "... " Dis, dat and de odder tiny " . swim m ing!! 

A.C.A. Representative '50, '51; Honor Roll '50; Senior Play 
Stage Manager '50; Head of Gym '51; Yearbook Stan' '50, '51. 



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CONSTANCE HALL 

54 Paris Road, New Hartford, New York 

191,9-1951 "Connie" 

Excuses, excuses! . . ."Really?", . "Just one of those things" . . . 
G.S.K.R.... hockey. 

Cheerleader '50, '51; Corridor Proctor '50; Choir '50, '51; 
President of Senior Class '50, '51; New Fidelio '50; Fidelio '50, 
'51; Prom Committee '51. 





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PAULA PEDERSON HOLD EN 

Cumberland Foreside, Portland, Maine 
1949-1951 "Paula" 

One of the roving kind . . crack photographer? . . ." I must start 
those eye exercises again this vacation" . . ."I am NOT a prep!" 

A.C.A. Representative '50, '51; Fidelio '50, '51; Senior Play 
'50; Corridor Proctor '50, '51; Yearbook Staff '50, '51. 



CAROLYN FISH HUMMEL 

The Colony Apartments, Larchmont, New York 
1948-1951 "Lyn" 

"My lands!" .. "Wouldn't you love to volunteer for damn 
patrol?" . . snapping fingers. . "Marlon and I started out to- 
gether." 

Cheerleader '48, '49, "50, '51; Corridor Proctor '49; Draper 
Dramatics '49; Numerals '49; Posture Marker '48, '49, '50, '51; 
Hiking Leader '50, '51; Honorable Mention '48, '49; Chairman 
of World Student Service Fund '50, '51; Yearbook Start' '50, 
'51. 




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ANN CALDWELL JENCKES 

Woodlawn Avenue, Madison, Connecticut 

1948-1951 "Jenckes" 

"I found it — a black one!" .whale tail. . ."Ok, that's attrac- 
tive". . playtex kid . telephone calls from Dad?? 

Chapel Proctor '49, '50; Corridor Proctor '51; Senior Play 
Stage Manager '50; Study Hall Proctor '50; Head of Property 
Room '50, '51; Yearbook Staff '50, '51. 




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SUSAN BOWEN KIMBALL 
Dublin Hill Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut 



W8-1951 



'Susie' 



Thingme" . . crossword crazy. . ."Where do you suppose I put 



my- 



. " That's cute — can I wear it sometime';'" 



President of A.A.A. '50, '51; "A" Society '50, '51; A.D.S. '50, 
'51; Chapel Proctor '49, '50; Chevrons '50; Choir '49, '50, '51; 
Vice-President of Junior Class '49; Draper Dramatics '50; 
Fidelio '48, '49, '50, '51; Head of Tennis '50; Hiking Leader 
'50, '51; Honor Roll '50, Honorable Mention '49, '50; Numerals 
'49; Class Song Leader '48, '49, '50; Varsity Hockey '48, '49, 
'50; Varsity Tennis '49, '50; World Student Service Fund Rep- 
resentative '48, '49. 





1946-1951 



MADELEINE TAYLOR KIMBERLY 

Main Street, Stockbridge, Massachusetts 

" Kimmie,' 



."Wheee!" . . "Any mail, U'il'f 1 " .stocking- 



"OA, lilimey" 
cap nights. 

Yi< ■e-President of A.A.A. '50, '51 ; A.C.A. Representative '47, 
'48; "A" Society '48, '49, '50, '51; Corridor Proctor '48, '50; 
Chevrons '48, '49, '50; Secretary of Junior Class '47, '48; 
Treasurer of Junior-Mid Class '48, '49; Courant Staff '49, '50, 
'51; Fidelio '48, '49, '50, '51; Honor Roll '50; Numerals '48; 
Senior Play '50; Varsity Hockey '48, '49, '50; Varsity Lacrosse 
'49, '50; Varsity Track '47, '48~; Music Studio Committee '50, 
'51. 



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Cum Laude. 

MARIAN FRANCES LANE 

10 Summit Avenue, Wakefield, Massachusetts 

1949-1951 -'Franny" 

" l'h-huh" . . "What can I do to my hair?" . . clerer with a 
paintbrush . . Harvard headed. . ." I wish I were on that horse." 

Honor Roll '49, '50, '51; Courant Staff '50, '51; Draper Dra- 
matics '50; Head of Riding '50. 





JUNE MARBLE 

West Woodstock, Vermont 



1951 
Uncle Bill . . early to rise? . 



' Where's my f- 






LOIS ANN LOYEJOY 

Greens Farms Road, Greens Farms, Connecticut 

1918-1951 "Lorejoy" 



"I'm built just like my mother" 
my hair?" . . ."Hang dang it!" 



. " Brad says" . " Shall I cut 



Honor Roll '49, '50; A.D.S. Associate '50, '51; Corridor Proc- 
tor '50, '51; Choir '50, '51; Draper Dramatics '49, '50; New 
Fidelio '49; Fidelio '49, '50, '51; Hiking Leader '50, '51; Recrea- 
tion Room Committee '50, '51; Senior Play '50; Class Song 
Leader '50, '51; Posture Marker '49, '50. 



Buggy 
. muskle*. 



Corridor Proctor '48; Yarsity Baseball '49, "50; Numerals '49; 
Draper Dramatics '50; Head of Baseball '50; Posture Marker 
'50, '51; Head of Gvm '51; Senior Plav '50. 




[ *B 1 




SARAH JANE MASON 
432 Old Post Road, Fairfield, Connecticut 



191,8-1951 



■Sail,," 



Howie. . "I've got to ask mother" . "Hush your itoi.se" . .oh! 
those tin;/ steps sailing. 

Treasurer of Junior Class '48; Secretary of Senior-Mid Class 
'49; Honorable Mention '48, '49; Corridor Proctor '49, '51; 
Posture Marker '48, '49, '50, '51; Fidelio '49, '50, '51, Librarian 
'50, '51; Numerals '49; Varsity Tennis '49, '50; Varsity Soft- 
hall '50; "A" Society '50, '51; Bazaar Committee '50; Chev- 
rons '50; Vice-President of Senior-Mid Class '50; Treasurer of 
Senior Class '50, '51; Head of Tennis '50; Hiking Leader '50, 
'51; Senior Play '50; French Play with Phillips Academy '50. 



Cum Laude. 

DOROTHY MASSIE 

211 North Broadway, Lexington, Kentucky 



191,8-1951 

Contortionist 
my friend." 



neat . . ." Yon-all" 



'S.O.S. 



"Dottie" 
' Rosa, she's 



Secretary of Prep Class '47; Honor Roll '47, '48, '49, '50, '51; 
Vice-President of Prep Class '48; Posture Marker '48; Nu- 
merals '48; Secretary of Junior Class '48; Draper Dramatics 
'49; Recreation Room Committee '48, '49; Varsitv Lacrosse 
'49, '50; Varsity Basketball '50; "A" Society '49, '50, '51; 
Bazaar Committee '50; Corridor Proctor '49, '50, '51; Treas- 
urer of Senior-Mid Class '49; Secretary of Senior-Mid Class 
'50; New Fidelio '49; Fidelio '49, '50, '51; Music Studio Com- 
mittee '49, '50, '51; Secretary of A. A. A. '50, '51; Cheerleader 
'50, '51; Chevrons '50. 





HARRIETTE BRUCE McCONNEL 

Patterson Heights, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania 
1949-1951 "Happy" 

"Helloo!" .. .sparkle! .. twin brothers .those big blue eyes. 

Fidelio '49, '50, '51; Study Hall Proctor '50; Chapel Proctor 
'50, '51; Choir '50, '51; Corridor Proctor '51; Yearbook Staff 
'51. 



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NANCY LOUISE MERCER 
R.F.D. No. 1, Box 1-188, Sarasota, Florida 
191,9-1951 "Nancy" 

Green ar gyles. . life with Ozzie. . Florida tan. 

Honor Roll '50; Posture Marker '49, '50; Sub-Varsity Basket- 
ball '49: A.C.A. Representative '50, '51; Hiking Leader '50, 
'51; Senior Plav Properties Committee '50; Numerals '51: 
CARE '51. 





JOAN ELIZABETH MORRISON 

15 Hidden Road, Andover, Massachusetts 
191,7-1951 "Joanie" 

"What's the matter'/" . "I know I eould have done it but — .'" 
. . .dill pickles. "Just look at these HIPS!" 

Chapel Proctor '47, '48; Head of Gym '49, '50; Fidelio '49, '50, 
'51; A.C.A. Representative '50, '51; Honorable Mention '47. 



MIRIAM NESBIT 

R.F.D. No. (i. River Forest, Anderson, Indiana 

191,7-1951 "Mind" 

The college widow . ."But I don't like him that way" blues- 
songs. . "But to be in Florida — !" 

A.C.A. Representative '47, '48; Corridor Proctor '48, '49: 
Fidelio '48, '49, '50, '51; Posture Marker '48, '49; Secretary of 
Junior-Mid Class '49; Choir '49, '50, '51; Chapel Proctor '50, 
'51; Prom Committee '50; Music Studio Committee '50, '51. 




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JOAN NIELSEN 

•>H> Orchard Place, Ridgewood, New Jersey 

19Jt9-19ol -Mel" 

II. B. Club. . .Mademoiselle's pel. . dreamer . Exeter interests. 

A.C.A. Representative '49, '50; Varsity Baseball '50; Cheer- 
leader '49, '50, '51; Chapel Proctor '50, '51. 



Cum Laude. 

FLOR de MARIA PALACIOS 

P. O. Box 59, Curacao, Netherlands West Indies 

19^9-1951 "Flosje" 

" Dinne!" . . ."Good morning!" ..." Stand up straight!"... 
Pelotas. 

A.D.S. '50, '51; Draper Dramatics '50; Fidelio '50, '51; Honor 
Roll '50, '51; Head of News '50, '51; Recreation Room Com- 
mittee '50, '51; Study Hall Proctor '50. 





POLLY WEDGWOOD PARADISE 

Hidden Field, Andover, Massachusetts 

1W7-1951 "Dice," "Parrot" 

Hockey fiend . ."Gee, am I late?" . . curly locks. . "Are you 
going to be quiet?" 

Treasurer of Prep Class '47; Numerals '4S; Varsity Track '49, 
'50; Varsity Hockey '50: Varsity Lacrosse '50; Courani Start' 
'49, '50, '51; Hiking Leader '49, '50; "A" Society '50, '51; 
A.D.S. '50, '51; Chevrons '51; Head of Track '50; Senior Play 
'50; Day Scholar Stunt Committee 19. 



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RITH DOANE RANDALL 

•2-2u Ivanhoe Boulevard. Orlando, Florida 



19J,9-1951 

"I am sick" . 
older, that is" . 



"Now, if I was in Florida' 
II. B. Club. 



" Duane" 
" My brother. 



Hiking Leader .30. "51; Prom Committee '51: Senior Play 
Properties Committee '50; Yearbook Staff '50, "51. 





Cum Laude. 



1918-1951 



ROSAMOND REIFSNYDER 
Waverly, Pennsylvania 



" Rozzie' 



'How grubby" . . .groicls. . "Amarican" . . "Beans!' 



Secretary of Junior Class '49: Honor Roll '48, '49, '50. '51: 
Numerals '49: Study Hall Proctor '50; Varsity Lacrosse "4!t. 
'50: Varsity Basketball '49, '50: Varsity Track '50; "A" 
Society .50. '51: ADS. 19. '50, .51: Cheerleader '50, '51: 
Chevrons '50, '51: President of Student Government '50, .51: 
Corridor Proctor '49, '50; Fidelio '49, '50, .51. 



( 



FRANCES RUSSELL 
1 Lone Pine Road, Biltmore Forest, Asheville. North Carolina 
1948-1951 -Frannie" 



"God Bless America' 
neon. 



"B ngo" our blonde Pearl Primus 



"A" Society .50, '51; A.D.S. '49, '50. '51; Corridor Proctor 
'48, '49; Draper Dramatics "49: Fidelio '50, '51; Head of 
Dance '50. '51: Hiking Leader '50, '51: Honor Roll '50: Nu- 
merals "49: Posture Marker "4S. '49: Sub-Varsity Hockey '48: 
Varsity Hockey '49, '50. 




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1948-1951 

Contagious giggle. . 
waste paper basket" 



CORA-ALICK ST. JOHN 

Taconic Road, Greenwich, Connecticut 



"C.A." 

. pants? ..." If s your turn to empty the 
. ."Where's my ticket, where' s my ticket?" 



Numerals '49; World Student Service Fund Representative 
'49, '50; Posture Marker '49, '50; Corridor Proctor '48, '49, 
'50; Head of Skiing '49, '50, '51; Varsity Basketball '50, '51; 
A. A. A. Treasurer '50, '51; Fidelio '50, '51; Yearbook Staff '50, 
'51; Study Hall Proctor '50; Honorable Mention '49. 



■« 



1949-1951 



MARJORIE WILSON SILVER 

&2-S5 161 Street, Flushing, New York 



"Willie" 

. ."From 



"Wha-a-at?" . . that Playtex squeak. . .Weeping Will 
the Halls of Montezuma." 

Chapel Proctor '50, '51; New Fidelio '50; Fidelio '50, '51; 
Hiking Leader '50, '51; Posture Marker '50, '51; Senior Play 
'50; Yearbook Staff '50, '51. 





MARIANNE SIGNEY SLYSZ 
•24? West Main Street, New Britain, Connecticut 
1947-1951 "Slysz" 

"Any love magazines?" . . "That's just like Henry's car!" . . . 
swing on my back porch. 

Senior Play Stage Manager '50. 



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JO ANNE SMITH 

Main Street, West Dennis. Massachusetts 
1H7-1951 -Smith" 

"I'ou mouse!". . T — kid. . gay garter studying* 

A.D.S. Associate '50, '.51: Chapel Proctor '47. '48; Corridor 
Proctor '49, '50, '51: Courant Staff '49. '50. Editor '50, '51: 
Draper Dramatics '50; Honor Roll '50. '51: Numerals '49; 
Posture Marker '49. '50; Senior Play '50; Study Hall Proctor 
'50; Brooks Play '51. 







PATRICIA BULL SMITH 




•951 


Sand\ 


' Hook, 


Connecticut 


-Patty 


" What's wrong 
." Underlined 


with his eyes?" . 
, underlined." 


.."Co— rap". 


"Good oF— 



A.C.A. Representative '49. '50; Bazaar Committee '50; Chapel 
Proctor '48, '49; Corridor Proctor '48, '49: Treasurer of Senior- 
Mid Class '50; Vice-President of Senior Class '50, '51; Courant 
Staff '50, '51; Head of Gym '50, '51: Numerals "50; Posture 
Marker '48, '49; Prom Committee '51; Recreation Room 
Committee '49. '50; Study Hall Proctor '50; Honorahle Men- 
tion '51: Brooks Play '50, '51. 



1H7-1951 



SANDRA CARRET SMITH 

Second Cliff, Scituate, Massachusetts 



"George all the way" . . "Don't loose your head' 
for red heads" . . ."Wa-al." 



"Sandy" 
." Weakness 



Chapel Proctor '47, '48; Corridor Proctor '4s, '49. '50, '51; 
Draper Dramatics Properties Committee '49; Prom Commit- 
tee '50, Chairman '51: Posture Marker .50, '51; Numerals '50; 
Senior Play '50; Yearbook Staff '50, '51. 




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SHELIA AUDREY SWENSON 

458 Edgewood Place, Rutherford, New Jersey 

1949-1951 "Shdia" 

'Tm so pleased" . .." Hey-ya" ..." Kid-di" ... Exeter dog 
pound. 

Cheerleader '49, '50, '51; Choir '49, '50, '51; Fidelio '49, '50, 
'51; Recreation Room Committee '50, '51. 




1949-1951 



ANN LOUISE TAYLOR 

SO Lake Street, Hammondsport, New York 



'Ann" 



"Deep in the Heart of Texas" . . outside reading.'.'. . that man 
on the bulletin board. 

Draper Dramatics Costume Committee '50; Courant Start' 
'50, '51 ; Senior Play Prompter '50. 





MERILYN LORRAINE FRANCES TEASDALE 

Marion Road, Mattapoisett, Massachusetts 

1947-1951 "Slick;". "Pick" 

"Get out a-heah" . . apricots. . "Warner, pick- up that mess.'" 
. . "By crumb, boy." 

Choir '48, '49, '50, '51; Treasurer of Junior-Mid Class '48, 
President '49; Varsity Softball '49, '50; Sub-Varsity Basket- 
hall '48; Varsity Basketball '49, '50; Numerals '48; Fidelio '48, 
'49, '50, '51; "A" Society '50, '51; Corridor Proctor '50; 
Chevrons '50; Draper Dramatics '50; Head of Minor Sports 
'50; Senior Play '50; Music Studio Committee '50, '51. 



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SYLVIE ANN WALLACE 

"Smithfield" Cottage, Warwick, Bermuda 



1949-1951 



•%/• 



Gilbert and Suttircui .. dramatic inflections ... absent minded? 
..." Toodle-oo!" 

Courant Staff '50; Senior Play '50. 





MARTHA DEARBORN WARNER 
55 Barlow Road, Fairfield, Connecticut 



19)7-1951 



"Mat" 



Dodger fan . . .Fonda apricots'. . . Little Moose! 

World Student Service Fund Representative '47, '48, '49; 
Corridor Proctor '48. '49; Varsity Hockey '48, '49, '50; Nu- 
merals '48; Honor Roll '49; Fidelio '48, '49, '50, '51; Draper 
Dramatics '49: Secretary of Junior Class '48; "A" Society '49, 
'50, '51; Cheerleader '50, '51. Chevrons '51); Senior Play '50. 



MARY MACY WHEELER 

•24 Arnold Road, Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts 
19 ',7-1951 "Macy,"."Pki" 

"I'm upset" . . Bill. . energy plus. 

Numerals '48; Varsity Hockey '47, '48, '49, '50; Varsity Tennis 
'48, '49, '50; Fidelio ''48, '49,*'50, '51, President '50, '51; Choir 
'48, '49, '50, '51; Cheerleader, '48, '49, '50, '51; "A" Society 
'49, '50, '51; Corridor Proctor '49; Chevrons '49, '50; Vice- 
President Junior-Mid Class '49; Treasurer Junior-Mid Class 
'50; Honor Roll '49, '50, Honorable Mention '49, '50; Music- 
Studio Committee '49, '50, '51; Hiking Leader '50, '51; 
Griffin Song Leader '50, '51; Yearbook Staff '50, '51; Blazer 
'50. 




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1948-1951 



FAY ELLEN WHITE 

3 Wilson Park, Waterville, Maine 



"Don't be childish" 



"White" 
"I'll due 



"F. M. is just different". 
you." 

Cheerleader '48, '49, '50; Chapel Proctor '48, '49; World Stu- 
dent Service Fund Representative '48, '49; A.D.S. '49, '50, '51, 
Secretary-Treasurer '50, '51; Choir '49, '50, '51; Draper Dra- 
matics '49; Fidelio '48, '49, '50, '51; Numerals '50; Posture 
Marker '49, '50; Gargoyle Song Leader '50, '51. 



MARGARET PENGELLEY WHITTALL 

Nassau, Bahama Islands 
1948-1951 "Penny" 

Enormous appetites. . ." Daw, George" . . ." Thingy" . . tennis 
— anytime, anywhere! 

Corridor Proctor '48, '49; Draper Dramatics '48, '49; World 
Student Service Fund Representative '48, '49; Numerals '49; 
Varsity Tennis '48, '49, '50; Posture Marker '48, '49; Honor 
Roll '49, '50, Honorable Mention '49; Fidelio '49, '50, '51; 
Secretarv of Senior Class '50, '51; "A" Societv '49, '50, '51; 
A.D.S. '49, '50, President '50, '51; Study Hall Proctor '50. 





BARBARA ANN WOOD 

101 West Shore Drive, Marblehead, Massachusetts 
1947-1951 "Barb" 

Lost weekend. . .Abbot eskimo . . .5 D's. . .pants? 

A.C.A. Representative '47, '48; CARE '47; Corridor Proc- 
tor '47, '48, '49, '50; Numerals '49; Sub-Varsity Baseball '47, 
'48; Varsity Tennis '48, '49, '50; Recreation Room Com- 
mittee '49, '50; A.D.S. Associate '50, '51; Fidelio '50, '51; 
Study Hall Proctor '50; Prom Committee '50, '51; Yearbook 
Staff* '50, '51. 



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Cum Laiide. 

SHIRLEY YOUNG 

56-2 West End Avenue, New York, New York 

1948-1951 "Young" 

"Oh Iskd" . . ..scanty pajamas. . all her possessions in her top 
drawer. 

A.C.A. Representative '48, '49, Vice-President '50, '51; Chapel 
Proctor '48, '49; Vice-President of Prep Class '48; President 
of Prep Class '49; Honor Roll '48, '49, '50, '51; Fidelio '49, '50, 
'51; Head of Dance '50, '51; Corridor Proctor '50; New Girl- 
Old Girl Party Committee '51; Numerals '50; Posture Marker 
'50, '51; Senior Plav Costume Committee '50; Yearbook Staff 
'50, '51. 





1950-1951 



ANN BOVAR1) 

City Point, Florida 



Red rinse. . ."Oh, I shouldn't hare said that' 
"7'm tired." 

One Year Senior, Special Course. 



" Bobbie" 

"Gee whiz" . . . 



JOAN GODFREY 

S3 Pasho Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
1948-1951 "Joanie" 

BILL?oi/.s- Joanie. . ."That's not very funny" .. .cats. . ."She 
vses Pond's". 

Senior Plav '50. 




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pernor % t950 



Patricia Jean Barry 



Beverley Frances Flather 



Judith Montgomery Lange 



Virginia Ann Merriwether 



Sally Ward Stilson 



Cum Haube 




Abbie Elizabeth Emmons 
Marian Frances Lane 
Sylvia Finger 



Carolin McCormick Furst 
Dorothy Everett Colburn 
Dorothy Massie 



Shirley Young 
Flor de Maria Palacios Clemency Chase 

Barbara Jean Gibson Gwendolyn Lee Barringtox 

Rosamond Reifsnyder 



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ass 







$ 




foam*. 




most n^iue 



1/es.T <slI| otrounol 




R 



tt 



je, 



(rest Ath/eTe. 












hottest 



class c/ouon 
SheK 





P<3fr SmiH-h 



most Tvncn 







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host Likely to Succeed 
Di'r. o /T> 





pifsT to oeT ^corneal 
Barb- Ijooof 



pir-sT to <jo Ts Seedl 



IjesT Look* no 
Cot-a - Oil lie, 





Most poisec/ 
Ly 0(101 






best ctt-esseo( 
Do1f7e 





C/&ss Opti mist 



class pessimisT 
Jill 

or 




Getting in training for Fall Sports. . ."I'm dreaming of a warm bedroom" 
. . .the last tan of summer. . ."How many themes for tomorrow?". . .it's a 
long way down!. . ."Curtain going up!". . ."Won't somebody please shut 
them up?". . ."And they use Pepsodent!" 

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The Informer 



Vol. 51 



JUNE 4, 1961 



No. 51 



News Of The Week In Review 

A tragedy occurred when skier 
Batchelder started a giant avalanche 
after having run over her ski instruc- 
tors Marble and St. John. The av- 
alanche injured Ellen Chaplin and 
buried Young and Wallace, who are 
still missing. It is our opinion that 
these last two simply forgot to come 
out from under. Sally Dower is hiking 
up to the rescue. 

Another unfortunate happening: an 
amnesia victim, identified as Marcia 
Crane, was discovered lying on Sandy 
Beach by beachcomber Jenckes. She 
is under psychopathic observation by 
Dr. Gwen Barritigton. 

Chief of Policewomen Bergh had a 
difficult time breaking up the street 
riot started by wrestling champion 
Kimball and her rough and ready as- 
sociates, Mugsy Eccles and Muscles 
Whitthall. 

Due to the increasing number of 
people going crazy as a result of their 
playing, Bissell, Emmons, and Swen- 
son have been deported to the Fiji 
islands with their ukuleles. 

Scandal! A fire raging through the 
"Hawaiian Lei Club" was started by 
Jill Dickson's carelessly thrown cig- 
arette butt, which burned sultry hula 
dancer Holden's grass skirt. 



The Cultural Horizon 

Barbara Gibson's three-page book, 
"The Status Of Quo" received the 
Nobel Prize for Brevity. 

A new issue of "Stimulating Love 
Magazine" with stories by Chase, 
Finger, and J. A. Smith has just come 
out. As usual, Slysz and Daugherty 
received first editions. 

Critics highly acclaimed Colburn's 
newest Dixieland masterpiece. 

A must for every home! Nielson's 
"Abridged French-Latin Dictionary." 



Milestones 

Dr. Joan Morrison, leading ob- 
stetrician, presided at the arrival of 
Barb Wood's fifth papoose. 

Hall and Reifsnyder are finally 
driving their own stock cars. They 
participated in their first race last 
week, tying for last place. 

Mason and Warner rediscovered 
the mouth of the St. Lawrence and 
were warmly welcomed by the natives 
of that region. 

"Mercury" Kimberly, a runner as 
speedy as her namesake, was so 
anxious to soak up that California 
sunshine that she ran the 3000-mile 
stretch at the breakneck speed of 
£00 miles per hour. 



Spotlight on Glamour 

Bedraggled and worn, Hummel and 
Habsburg staggered into the golden 
realms of Hollywood. Since then, they 
have been frequenting filmdom's soda 
fountains hoping to be second Lana 
Turners. 

Scintillating Joan Barnard has 
become the new and devastating Dag- 
mar of television. Her success can be 
largely attributed to the inspiration 
of her manager Nancy Allen. 

Eyes popped and teeth dropped 
when models Nesbit, Randall, and 
Grieco slinked by the judges' stand in 
their revolutionary Bikinis, which won 
the prize for brevity. Creators McCon- 
nel and Bovard had been slaving 
feverishly for months, to finish their 
chefs-d'oeuvre. The new designs hit 
an all-time low. 



Interesting People 

Swedish masseur Mercer had a 
difficult time relaxing Diplomat Pa- 
lacios, who had had a hard day nego- 
tiating a treaty on the much-disputed 
cream puff tariff. There was much 



opposition in the Senate to this 
Venezuelan proposal. In bombastic 
blasts, "silver-tongued" Senator Dris- 
coll broke all filibustering records in 
opposition. 

The contest between champion 
bubble blowers Teasdale and Silver 
is still waxing strong. Their mutual 
Abbot training has rendered them far 
superior to all other contestants. The 
result remains unpredictable. 

The new P. and S. Smith nursery 
school seems to be flourishing with 
M. M. Wheeler as its prize pupil. 

Competition for the position of 
assistant to Miss Roth is daily grow- 
ing keener. Until last week, Taylor 
and Lane had been far in the lead, but 
the entry of a new prospect, Fay 
White, has upset all speculations. 

Need relaxation? Bring the whole 
family! See Pretzel Massie — famed 
contortionist. Proceeds will go to 
Hindman. 

The Christian World 

Felicitations to Alison Faulk in the 
fulfillment of her vocation in becoming 
a missionary to alleviate the misery 
and ignorance of the South African 
Pygmies. The focal point of the na- 
tives' cultural development is daily 
instruction in the shag by Frances 
Russell. 

A delightful bean supper sponsored 
by the Woman's Council of Churches 
was held the other night. The council 
is to be commended for its note- 
worthy spreading of good will in the 
community under the leadership of 
the Misses Paradise, FuTst and Love- 

joy. 

Our noted humanitarian, Nancy 
Farrar, is finding it difficult to decide 
whether her calling lies in the South 
African mission or here at home with 
the Woman's Council of Churches. 



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44 





^De^CLft^ 








SENIOR-MID (LASS OFFICERS— FIRST TERM 
Back Row: />. Griffiths, Treasurer; ./. Wood, President 
Front Row: ('. Markert, Vice-President; A. Lord, Secretary 



Senior-Mid Reminiscences 

Draper at last. .. bewildered new 
girls and N.G.-O.G. picnic... we go 
to Exeter. . .smoking permission on 
Saturday leaves (a gooder) ... class 
sweaters and "Raise up the red — ". . . 
no mail, male, or otherwise. . .mass 
dieting. . .compare Eustacia and Mac- 
beth—who, ME?... only 126^ more 
hours 'till vacation. .. "Do you have 
any relatives in Exeter, New Hamp- 
shire?". .. "Of course it's my uncle" 
...mid-years and "Does ANYONE 
have a flash light?". . . "The news this 
morning will be given by — "...the 
Bazaar. . the Prom. . . Unchaperoned 
leaves to Boston . . . what'll we leave 
when, IF, and why we graduate?. . . 
Senior-Mids ! . . . What a wonderful time 
we have had. Sure, we had problems 
and troubles, but it's the fun-times 
that we shall remember. Now, when 
we look ahead to next fall, a little awed 
by the responsibilities awaiting us, we 
are confident that next year will be as 
wonderful as this last one has been. 




SENIOR-MIDS 
Back Row: //. Brown, II. Neisser, E. Hammons, E. Willman, S. Stahler, P. Goodnow, A. Sanborn, L. Hutchins, B. 

Garvey 
Second Row: P. Earhart, M. Edson, M. Artz, R. Espaillal, C. Emerson, C. Reynolds, N. Jayne, B. Waskowitz, E. 

Kenah, N . Penwell 
Front Row: ./. Wall, J. Van Eman, J. Edwards, P. Randall, S. Martin, M. Webb, A. Lord, L. Ball, B. Griffiths, 

B. Sabater 




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Class Song 

Raise up the red with the 

old Abbot blue. 
Let them together 



wave 



high. 
From vear to year 

colors stay true. 
Our flaming red will reach 

to the sky. 
Oh ! Abbot, 
Our class will always be 

loyal to you, 
Our alma mater fair, 
So onward the Class of '52, 
Our loye we now declare. 



their -l!5 





SENIOR-MID CLASS OFFICERS— SECOND TERM 
Back Row: S. Emmons, Vice-President; L. Ball, Treasurer 
Front Row: ./. Baird, Secretary; B. Garvey, President 




SKNIOR-MIDS 

Back Row: E. Smith, B. Aldrich, A. M uth, ./. Perry, B. Church, J. Wood, ./. Wilson, R. DeRosa 

Second Row: A 7 . Faraci, S. Emmons, ./. Merriwether, C. Markert, S. V. Smith, G. Freese, A. Lyons, M. Noss, S. 

Binenkorb, M. Seidel, L. Camp 
Front Row: D. Snover, S. Hunter, S. Mathey, ./. Leach, A. Stefani, ./. Baird, K. Larson, M. Halves, C. Krishnamra, 

A. Merchant 

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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
A. Zuill, Treasurer '51; P. Jackson, Treasurer '50, Vice-Presi- 
dent '51; D. Pettit, Vice-President '51, President '51; P. Ereleth, 
Secretary '50, .51 : P. Bushnell, President '50 



Need We Say More? 

Shirt tails flying, glasses askew. 
Desks piled full of work to do, 
Sometimes done, raostlv not. 
Poor Caesar's neglected quite a lot. 
They trot to a tea dance in pouring 

rain. 
At six the Cinderellas return again. 
They never arrive on time for dinner 
But in spite of this, they never get 

thinner. 
For "in-betweens"' are always a must, 
They never stop begging for just a 

crust. 
Their rooms are always a messy jumble 
And over a chair they're bound to 

stumble. 
And now you ask what this may be. 
This is the Class of '53! 




JUNIORS 

Back Row: H. Emmons, P. Bushnell, X. Smedley, II. Moore, P. Ereleth. M . Gross, II . (Hidden, ft Sippy, M. Williams, 

M. Sea nd ura 
Third Row: //. Muriel, R. Sidon, A. Zuill, E. Stern, ft Hardin, P. Jackson. ./. dailies. D. Bethell, M. Schneider, 

P. Richardson, M. Andersson 
Second Row: //. VanDusen, E. lirarinder, J. Wilcox. J. Bowden, A. Taylor, D. Schoonmaker, X. Cornelius, D. Pettit, 

J. Thompson 
Front Row: M . Goodnow, L. Miller, M. Weir, X. Starr, ft Benedict, A. Clark, R. Gardner, X. Bailey, ft Weldon 

US) 



Preps 



"One no trump!" This cry echoes 
through the little Abbey corridors we 
call our own. The rooms in these halls 
are notoriously messy despite the fact 
that they are inspected twice a day. 
Our love comics, our banner and argyle 
fads, our English troubles, our beloved 
Thesaurus, the books borrowed from 
certain seniors — school books (?), the 
empty beds and the giggling closets — 
this is our Abbey House. However, we 
are cultivating a sophisticated side 
too — our dangle earrings and spikes 
are ample proof. In size, too, we are 
unique, supplying the shortest and 
tallest girls in school. 

In spite of our love of mischief we 
have caught the Abbot spirit and we 
will always remember our adventurous 
prep year at Abbot as one of our best. 




PREP CLASS OFFICERS 
Back Row: S. Fra.ier, Secretary '51; S. Larter, Vice President 

'51; L. Burgiel, Vice President '50, President '51; ./. Wei, 

Secretary '50; S. Harrington, Treasurer '50 
Front Row: A. Norwood, President '50; P. Sanborn, Treasurer 

'50 




PREPS 

Back Row: ./. Wei, .V. ■/. Smith, D. Niemand, L. Burgiel, S. Harrington, M. Woolverton, l\. Wist, /•'. Nolde, P. San- 
born, D. Cookman, S. Larter 
[ ^Front Row: V. Schwab, A. Norwood, S. Fra.ser, ./. Prior, K. Edwards, G. Husted, M. Young, A. Doris, P. Straw 

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STUDENT GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE 
COUNCIL 

A. Bi.-sell, S. Kimball, D. Colburn, R. Reifsnyder, 
L. Bodes, B. Gibson, C. flail 



Student 
Government 

Every girl is familiar with the 
work of the Stu-G at Abbot, from 
Rozzy's welcome in September 
until the gavel is handed over to 
the incoming President at the end 
of the year. 

The aims of Student Govern- 
ment are to unify the interests of 
the facultv and the student bodv, 
and to help each one find and ac- 
cept her responsibilities as part of 
a group. Through the industrious 
council meetings on the fourth floor, 
the council and Miss Hearsev have 
been continually working to solve 
our problems. They have done a 
wonderful job this year improving 
the general welfare of Abbot. 




STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
Bade Row : M. Kimberly, S. Young, ./. Wood, R. Garret), P. Rushnell, P. Smith, L. Rurgiel, C. Markert, A. Norwood 
Front Row: .1. BisaeU, S. Kimball. L. Eedes, R. Reifsnyder, D. Colburn, C. Hall, R. Gibson 
Mi>-ing: S. Emmons, D. Pettit 

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Abbot Cbristian 
Association 

Ever since the New-Girl Old- 
Girl party all of us have been con- 
stantlv aware of the A. C. A. 
Through student participation in 
the inspiring Wednesday morning 
chapel services and the lovely 
Christinas vespers, the A. C. A. 
has impressed upon us the spiritual 
side of school life. It has not only 
reached us at Abbot but also those 
less fortunate through the plenti- 
ful Hindman gifts, the Christmas 
party for Andover children, and 
through gifts to the needy students 
all over the world. 

Under Anne's steady and care- 
ful guidance A. C. A. has brought 
brightness and cheer to everyone. 




A (A. OFFICERS 
A. Emmons; Secretary; A. Bissett, President; S. 
Young, Vice-President; L. Fursl, Treasurer 




A. C. A. REPRESENTATIVES 

Back Row: A. Emmons, Secretary; .1. BisseU, President; 8. Young, Vice President; ('. Fursl, Treasurer 
Second Row: B. Garvey, D. Sckoonmaker, F. Nolde, M . Habsburg, L. Ball, P. Holden 
Front Row: //. Brown, P. Jackson, A'. Mercer, M. Andersson, A. Davis 

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Choir 



Governor Dummer Concert 




CHOIR MEMBERS 
Back Row: M. Nesbit, F. White, L. Furst 
Third Row: L. Eccles, S. Kimball, D. Colburn, J. Edwards 
Second Row: M. Wheeler, C. Hall, B. Gibson, J. Merriwelher 
Front Row: M. Teasdale, S. Swenson, L. Lovejoy, H. McConnel 
Missing: M. Sullivan 

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''''Dear Departed" 



"Spreading the News 




A. I). S. MEMBERS 

Back How: S. Binenkorb, ./. Perry, F. Palacws, S. Kimball, P. Earhart, M. Webb 

Front Row: S. Hunter, P. Whittall, President; F. White, Secretary-Treasurer; R. Reifsnyder, F. Russell 

Missing: L. Eccles and P. Paradise 

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«n#r t*vt* t1 



Courant 



'Wouldn't vou like to submit 
something to Courant?" Jo Anne 
moaned, and the other editors of 
Courant echoed her plea as the 
copy deadline loomed near. They 
combed the English department 
for possible material, and left no 
genius undiscovered. All during 
the year the staff worked like 
beavers to assemble the various 
masterpieces with Miss Sweeney's 
invaluable guidance. How many 
pitiful attempts met the sad fate 
of "thumbs down," and what sighs 
of relief were emitted from authors 
of those that passed the severe 
test ! The stacks steadily grew, and 
soon it became time to check and 
recheck the proofs so that a mis- 
spelled word might be prevented 
from slipping by the literary de- 
tectives. After a publicity cam- 
paign, their hard work was finally 
rewarded as shouts of glee greeted 
the finished Courant. 



Yearbook 



were all terribly excited 
we were placed on the 



We 

when we were placed on 
Yearbook Board this fall. Hectic 
meetings with photographers, en- 
graver, and printer began almost 
at once, and a dummy was figured 
out after weeks of debate and in- 
decision. Arguments about the cov- 
er, hours spent counting out let- 
ters, and last minute inspirations 
on appropriate quips were all part 
of our routine. 

Our staff meetings each Wednes- 
day afternoon were held in the typ- 
ing room. Despite last minute "ar- 
rivers" we finally got down to the 
job of discussing our problems and 
inspirations. The hardest part of 
our job was to get started, deciding 
upon the theme, layout and draw- 
ings. With Muffy hitting us over 
the head, we slowly progressed. 
She was patient about our com- 
plaints and wailings and without 
her able leadership, this yearbook 
could not be what we hope is a 
success. 







S 



f* 





A.A.A. OFFICERS 
.1/. Kimberly, Vice-President; S. Kimball, President; 
('. St. John, Treasurer; D. Ma.s-.tie, Secretary 



Abbot Athletic 
Association 

Upon entering Abbot, everyone 
becomes a member of the Abbot 
Athletic Association. Its aim is to 
improve the sportsmanship and 
bring out the team spirit in its 
members. Cooperation is urged 
from every girl, whether she ac- 
tually takes part in the games, or 
lends her support to the team from 
the side lines. 

The success of this year is due 
to the competent leadership of the 
council, which is made up of Susie 
Kimball, President; Madeline Kim- 
berly, Vice-President; Dottie Mas- 
sie. Secretary; Cora-Alice St. John, 
Treasurer; the heads of the various 
sports; and our team captains: 
Marcia Crane and Abbie Emmons. 




"A" SOCIETY 
C. St. John, D. Massie, S. Young, E. Chaplin, S. Kim- 
hall, A. Bissell. R. Reifsnyder, M. Finger, S. Doner. M. 
Kimberly, P. Whittall,' /•'.' Russell, M. Warner, S. Teas- 
dale. A. Emmert, President;.!. Sanborn, M. Wheeler, B. 
Waskovritz. M. Artz, A. Emmons, D. Colburn, J. Mar- 
ble, S. Mason, P. Paradise, B. Aldrich. Missing: L. 

Eccles 



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TEAM CAPTAINS 
Mania, Griffins; Abbie, Gargoyles 



Abbot Athletics 

Sports at Abbot carne into the 
highlights this year through the 
capable and inspiring direction of 
Miss Judd, Miss Ritchie, and Miss 
Peddle. Two of these were new to 
us this year, but in spite of this, 
they have earned a warm spot in 
our hearts. 

This year there were an unusual 
number of blazers given out and 
many of those who did not win 
their blazers succeeded in winning 
their numerals and A's and are 
well on their way to a blazer. It 
was evident that in our field davs 
there was keen competition among 
all participants. The Gargoyles, 
led by Abbie, and the Griffins, led 




SONG LEADERS 

Mary Mary, Lydia and Fay 

by Marcia, fought hard until the 
end. 




GARGOYLE CHEERLEADERS 

In form of G: L. Eccles, D. Massie, ('. Hall, A. 

Merchant, ('. Hummel, D. Snorer, V, Schwab, 

F. Kenah 



GRIFFIN CHEERLEADERS 

Left to right: R. Reifsnyder, F. Xolde, S. Swenson, 
J. Nielsen, M. Thompson, L, Camp, M. Warner, 

.V. Farrar 



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Gargoyles 



There was once a team 
Whose color was green 
The Gargoyles by name. 
Have von heard of their fame? 

* 

Their Captain Abbie worked and 

talked 
While thev took to the road and 

■ 

walked and walked. 
Until, on the soles of their feet, 

they had blisters. 
And all for this wonderful team of 

Lister's. 
The rest of the time they leaped 

through the air. 
Trying to do "'Primitive" with 

"savoir-faire." 
They lunged with foils, shouting 

"en garde" and "touchee," 
Thev skied and tried to Christy 
They swung their rackets 
Thev shot for baskets 




GARGOYLE BASKETBALL TEAM 
Back row: S. Mathey, C. Markert, A. Bissell. D. Massie, 

S . Mener 
Front row: F. White. A. Emmert, Captain; /»'. Waskowitz 

They rooted and tooted 

While the Griffins hooted. 

The fighting Gargoyles by name 

Yon must have heard of their fame! 



GRIFFIN* TENNIS TEAM 

C. Welti,,,,. J. Bowden, P. Whittall. N. Farrar, 

M. Goodnoir 



GRIFFIN HOCKEY TEAM 

.1/. Kimberly, Captain; ./. Marble. M. Wheeler. 

A. Stefani. F. Russell. M. Finger. M. Edson, P. Bxtsh- 

nell. A. Lyon--: .1/. Warner, N. Allen, A. Sanborn, 

P. Jacks,,,, 




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GARGOYLE HOCKEY TEAM 

C.\Hardin, B. Aldrich, S. Kimball, J. Baird, A. 
Taylor, P. Paradise, E. Chaplin, Captain; A. Em- 
mons, II. Van Dusen, M. Hawes, II. Brown, B. 
Gibson 



GARGOYLE TENNIS TEAM 

J. Wood, B. Wood, C. Sippy, L. Eccles, S. Mason 



Griffins 



GRIFFIN BASKETBALL TEAM 

Back row: R. Reifsnyder, Captain; C. St. John, 

S. Smith 
Front row: S. Emmons, M. Arfz, M. Teasdale, 

S. Dower, B. Garvey 




Every Griffin teammate will 
agree that our loyal spirit has 
never failed us throughout the 
school year. Marcia, our lively 
captain, was always behind us, 
spurring us on towards victory. 
Gus, our marine, has been there 
trying to help the Griffins get the 
shield. The competition has been 
of the best quality, and we'll never 
forget the crashing of hockey sticks 
and the loud cheering for victory. 

Orange and Black are we 

Marching to victory. 

First among fighters, we, 

And first we shall always be. 

In work or play we'll lead the way. 

Or know the reason whv. 

* 

So Orange and Black lead on 
And work for victory. 



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Sports at 



When the new members of both teams 
were chosen and the fears of initiation 
had passed, both the new girls and old 
girls entered into the fall sports with a 
new spirit. The days passed swiftly, ac- 
companied by bruised shins from hockey 
and ever recurring basketball fingers. The 
pounds literally fell off as we dashed from 
one end of the tennis court to the other. 
We all tried our best to make our team 
win, either by playing out on the field or 
by giving our support on the side lines. 
While we prepared for our all-important 
Field Day, each of us squeezed in as 
many walks as possible. 

Just as we had become almost profes- 
sional (?) we had to start in anew with 
winter sports. Our muscles complained 
at first but soon became hardened to 
strenuous exercise. We eagerly tried our 
skill at Abbot's new sport, fencing, feeling 
quite dashing in our white jackets and 




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a 



glance 



masks. Some of us danced to the beat of 
the tom-toms, while others bent their 
necks doing elephant walks and fish flops. 
In the meantime we had our first snow- 
fall and the more experienced trudged out 
to Chapin while the beginners faced the 
terrors of the mighty Suicide. We also 
hail a chance to show our skill on skates. 
With spring came tennis, lacrosse and 
softball. Patiently aided by Miss Judd 
we finally learned to cradle the ball. We 
slid in for a home run amid the cheers 
of our excited teammates. Once again 
tennis was in full swing with everyone 
trying to serve against the blinding 
sun. The year was drawing to a close as 
we took our final walk and had our last 
canoe trip on the lazy river. The day of 
our last chapel arrived, and with rising 
anticipation, we waited for the coveted 
shield to be presented to the winning 
team. So ended the sports year of 1951. 





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This prayer was given in chapel by a member of the Abbot Christian 
Association; tee find it a poignant reminder of the changing times. With 
it we dose our Circle, grateful to have experienced the moments repro- 
duced in our Yearbook. 



God of freedom, freer of men, we give Thee most humble thanks 
for all the freedom Thou hast granted us, here in America : freedom to 
think and say and act uncramped by threats of tyranny, search and 
arrest, or by fear of bombs and destruction. With these in mind, let us 
realize how trivial things often are which we think important. Even 
now, men are fighting and dying; shooting and being shot; killing and 
being killed, to preserve our freedom. These are men who are tired 
of war and bloodshed; men who are often finding it hard to remember 
what they are fighting for. We are praying for them, God. Il- 
lumine them with Thy revelations which will strengthen them with 
courage. And if those we know and love are called for this freedom, let 
us not be selfish and resentful, but proud, for with Thy help they may 
achieve something far better than we know. Let Thy light shine forth 
on us, Lord, at this dark and troubled hour of turmoil and keep our 
hope and faith in Thee a never dimming lamp. For, k 'if Winter comes, 
can Spring be far behind?" 

This prayer was written by Shirley Young, daughter of ('. K. Young, Chinese Consul -General in the Philip- 
pines, Mr. Young iras condemned and shot by the Japanese during the last war. 



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Have more fun. . .travel all together. Low round 
trip party fares are available for groups of ten or 
more traveling together. Plan your next outing via 
B and M train. Ask your local agent. 



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TAKE THE TRAIN 




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